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delicately adjusted to descend uniformly a wf
once set In motion, the value of c; Is the I1} a** *it j* i^f*
and the usual set of curves may be con*trut*tetL Thr
taken as H plus weight of screw, the P,: W
the origin.
; CHAPTER 1*
' Pp. 58? and 8jg* The Platinum
mometen—It was Sir William who firm
temperature by the
strutting his resistance thermometer In 1871. in
finding a material that would not with and
ature led to the instrument until it*
improvement by Callendar and who a
wire shielded so as to the of
The resistance-measuring hat alto
U Spmfic. This term.
"I - of any particular material, and is t§ the in
|l of a
i r the temperature j2e M
• ! of temperature,
•ijS ' RI -'iRatH-tt/0)
;i i . where a is the liii ha»
j;. , the value as the of gas (p. to
I ' ' the ^ero of Si the nf
i : . temperature and at that
are in fig, ff|t and
i ; • nf
\ . ' will as an of
. . * fi§» 996 it
of A wire
; ii to a i and P» ta .
f. . • .' ' i »a •» be
• Hie
;: . ' • • ( tto wiS be it wd a Tte tarn it'